Litchfield in Litchfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)
Litchﬁeld Soldiers Memorial
[ south side ]
[ east side ]
Norman L. Barber, Co. A 8. C.V. I. Harwinton, Ct. Oct 12, 1863
Hatteras Inlet Jan. 30, 1862
Francis E. Barber, Co. E. 8. C.V. I.
George W. Baldwin, Co. E. 8. C.V. I. Mar. 22, 1862
Francis A. Newcomb, Co. E. 8. C.V. I. May 14, 1862
Sylvanus M. Clark, Co. E. 8. C.V. I. Mar. 14, 1862
Georgetown D C
John Tompkins, Co. A. 1. C.V.C. July 16, 1862
Jerome Nichols, Co. E. 8. C.V. I. Oct 17, 1863
Charles L. Castle, Co. C. 8. C.V. I. Aug 4, 1863
Rufus M. Bissell Co. F. 12. C.V.I. Aug 31, 1862
Charles Catlin Co. I. 13. C.V.I. Sept 2, 1863
James B. Beach, Corp. Co. Y. 23. C.V.I. Aug 22, 1863
Hunters Chaple Va.
Elliot Barse, Co. E. 4. N.Y.C. Jan 3, 1862
Luman Lampman, Co. I. 30. C.V.I. Aug 21, 1864
Thomas Dickenson, Co. D. 30. C.V.I. Aug 22, 1864
James Edwards, Co. I. 30. C.V.I. Mar 4, 1865
Henry H. Bunnell, Sergt. Co. A. 29. C.V.I.
[ north side ]
Killed In Action
Fishers Hill Va. Sept. 22, 1864
David B. Wooster, Q.M. Sergt. 2. C.V.H.A.
Walter Hale, Co. C. 20. C.V.I. May 3, 1863
Winchester Va Sept 19, 1861
William S. Bulkley, Lieut. Co. A. 12 C.V.I.
Horace Hubbars, Co.
Hiram T. Cooley, Co. D. 2. C.V.H.A
Franklin M. Bunnell, Co. A. 2. C.V.H.A. Sept. 26
Fort Darling Va. May 16, 1864
Edward Wadhams, 1. Sergt. Co. E. 8. C.V.A.
George F. Booth, Corp. Co. E. 8. C.V.I.
Morton W. Castle, Co. C. 8. C.V.I.
Thomas Mason, Co. E. 8. C.V.I.
Frederick B. Webster, Corp. Co. D. 19. C.V.I. Nov. 5, 1862
Watson Parmalee, Co. A. Nov. 11, 1862
Albert P. Newberry, Co. A. Apr. 18, 1863
Henry M. Miner, Co. A. Feb. 14, 1863
Edwin F. Perkins, Co. A. 2. C.V.H.A. Aug. 25, 1864
David M. Candee, Co. A. 2. C.V.H.A. Andersonville Aug. 25, 1864
[ west side ]
Killed In Action
Cold Harbor Va. June 1, 1864
Joseph P. Parks, 1. Sergt.
Albert A. Jones, Corp. Co. A. 2. C.V.H.A.
George W. Potter
Charles Adams Jr.
Apollos C. Morse
Lyman J. Smith Jr.
Andrew J. Brooker
Almon J. Bradley
Willard H. Parmalee
Joseph E. Camp Co. K.
North Anna Va. May 26, 1864
Henry W. Wadhams, Lieut. Co. C. 14 C.V.I.
Geo. B. Hempstead, Lieut. Co. B. 2. C.V.H.A. June 22, 1864
E. Goodwin Osborn, Sergt. Co. B. 2. C.V.H.A. March 25, 1865
Fort Harrison Va.
Thomas H. McKinley, Lieut. Co. B. 29 C.V.I. June 3, 1865
Seth F. Plumb, 1. Sergt. Co. E. 8 C.V.I. Sept. 29, 1864
[ battle names on the column ]
North Anna • Cold Harbor • Fishers Hill • Ft. Harrison • Antietam • Ft. Darling • Petersburg • Winchester
Location. 41° 44.83′ N, 73° 11.376′ W. Marker is in Litchfield, Connecticut, in Litchfield County. Marker is at the intersection of East Street (Connecticut Route 202) and North Street (Connecticut Route 63), on the left when traveling west on East Street. Touch for map. Located on the Litchfield Town Green. Marker is in this post office area: Litchfield CT 06759, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Litchfield Historic District (a few steps from this marker); Site of Recruiting Tent (a few steps from this marker); Litchfield Vietnam War Monument (a few steps from this marker); Litchfield World War II Monument (a few steps from this marker); Litchfield Korean War Monument (a few steps from this marker); Litchfield World War I Monument (within shouting distance of this marker); Site of Church of Lyman Beecher (within shouting distance of this marker); Litchfield (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Litchfield.
Categories. • War, US Civil •
Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on March 9, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 1,249 times since then and 23 times this year. Photos: 1, 2, 3, 4. submitted on March 9, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.